One of my best friends had asked me during our regular conversation "Is there a drama-free relationship"?
My answer was if by "DRAMA" you mean a partner being distressed when you show a lack of concern or an attempt or admiration, then no, there are no relationships where your partner has zero hope or wants of their own. After some time people start to feel neglected and disappointed. They have expectations of what companionship should be like, and this is not what they'd hope hoped for.
If you mean foolish, frantic, cruel, harsh, etc. arguments, or extreme volatility, then I would say…yes. Most people are fully capable of resolving conflict politely and wisely. You can never be too old for a mind-blowing s*x but of course, you can be too old for a drama in a relationship. You have the authority to decide what you do in your life. If you know you're too old to be dealing with relationship drama, then choose to remove yourself from that situation. Instead, make the choice to be in a strong, contented, mature relationship with someone who wants the same thing. Any time you have an issue you should bring it up with the understanding that the offense probably wasn't meant, and talk it out without yelling. This won't bring you a relationship which is 100% drama free. But somewhere close to it.
But what happens when your heart says, “Enough is enough!” or if you are in the marital doldrums, leading parallel lives, try to avoid each other. Tell everything to your friends but not to each other then...those are really big problems and you got to resolve them.
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Posted by member: strthawk
From: United States, Lilburn
Posted: 2022-03-31 13:34:00
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Comment/reply from: OliviaHill, United States, Dallas
Posted: 2022-08-20 00:33:40
Yes there is a drama free relationship if you agree not to be one of the cast.
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